Why: Two classic rock veterans join forces and hit the road providing a full evening of hits and more. It's dubbed 'The 40 Tour,'as both bands are celebrating their 40th anniversary and joining forces to do so. That's a lot of
Lynyrd Skynyrd and Bad Company are both celebrating 40 years in 2013, and they've teamed up to take a co-headling tour across America. The 40 Tour will begin on June 20 in Auburn, Wash. and travel east before wrapping up on July 27 in Bethel, N.Y.
There are so many bizarre things going on with Lynyrd Skynyrd's 'Street Survivors' album that we get all weirded out just thinking about them. First, there's the cover of the 1977 LP, which features the band engulfed in flames. Knowing what comes next -- three days after the album's release, the band's plane went down, killing frontman Ronnie Van Zant and others -- is enough to freak out even people who aren't freaked out by these kinds of things.
We've all been at concerts where some guy, who's usually had a few too many, shouts out a request for 'Free Bird,' even if it's not a Lynyrd Skynyrd show. While many of us would love to have security go to town on him - if for nothing else a lack of originality - the members of band, unsurprisingly, have a different take. In a new interview, founding guitarist Gary Rossington spoke about what it means to him.
The seventh clash of the 2013 Ultimate Classic Rock Bowl's first round finds Rush, the progressive rock kings from Canada, squaring off with the elder statesmen of Southern rock, Lynyrd Skynyrd. Over the next month, 16 of rock’s biggest bands will square off against each other in a series of single-elimination matches to determine who is the king of the hill.
Ultimate Classic Rock is proud to present the premiere of 'Ready to Fly,' the new lyric video from Lynyrd Skynyrd. The song appears on their most recent album, 'Last of a Dyin' Breed,' which was released last August. Our review singled out the song as an "impressively heart-tugging power ballad."
British amp manufacturer Orange Amplification isn't just known for its distinctive-looking speakers and cabinets -- they're also responsible for the annual Classic Rock Roll of Honor ceremony held annually in the UK, and this year's awards show saw ZZ Top, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Rush going home with high honors.
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